Surfers float in the waters at Currumbin Alley, a surf break in…

Surfers float in the waters at Currumbin Alley, a surf break in the Gold Coast Region of Queensland, Australia. This location is ideal for novice and first-time surfers, as waves first crash into a rocky point and then roll gently inland toward Currumbin Creek. Including this site, the Gold Coast has roughly 43 miles (70 km) of coastline and some of the most popular surf breaks in the world.

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28°07’31.2″S, 153°29’09.2″E

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